Donate your unwanted car or truck in North Carolina to benefit a non-profit of your choice. The Vehicle Donation Processing Center will take the vehicle off your hands and donate the proceeds to the worthy cause you choose. You get free pick-up of your vehicle, running or not, plus you get all you need for a great tax deduction for the value of your donation.
Whether you live in the bustling and charming capital city of Raleigh or by the pristine beaches of the North Carolina coast, you can donate a vehicle through the VDPC, saving yourself the time and trouble of selling it yourself. Just call the toll-free number below, or fill out the online donation.
The Vehicle Donation Processing Center gives vehicle donors in the Tar Heel State of North Carolina the opportunity to contribute to a good cause and get a tax deduction as well. Contact us today to get started!
Caldwell Animal Rescue is a volunteer based, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, founded in September 2011 to work along with existing area animal rescue organizations such as the Caldwell Humane Society, Animal Control, and The Cat’s Cradle.
The number of unwanted and abused animals in Caldwell County is staggering. Over 4300 unwanted pets were euthanized at Caldwell County Animal Control in 2010, many of which were adoptable, if only they had been connected with area families.
The Church That Christ Built thanks you for considering the donation of your vehicle. Your generous donation will help support our scholarship program, fund field trips for the financially disadvantaged, and will also help support our annual awards program recognizing outstanding academic achievement.
The mission of Hope For The Warriors® is to enhance the quality of life for post-9/11 service members, their families, and families of the fallen who have sustained physical and psychological wounds in the line of duty. Hope For The Warriors® is dedicated to restoring a sense of self, restoring the family unit, and restoring hope for our service members and our military families.
Every day Hospice and Palliative Care of Greensboro works as a united team to help individuals facing advanced illness live more fully, in comfort, with spiritual support and dignity.
Hospice and Palliative Care of Greensboro enhances quality of life by providing expert interdisciplinary care, consultation, support and education for those affected by serious illness, death or grief.
They are the leading community resource for addressing end-of-life care issues. Enhancing the quality of our patients’ lives, and the lives of those who love them, has an amazing way of enhancing their own.
We, the members of the North Carolina Council of the Blind, Inc., having been granted a charter on February 29, 1984 (05-29-84) by the North Carolina Department of State and being affiliated with the American Council of the Blind, do hereby bind ourselves together to promote opportunities for social, economic, and educational equality of the blind and visually impaired with society as a whole, to inform blind persons of the issues concerning their well-being, and to acquaint the public with basic attitudes for upholding the dignity, equality, and independence of the blind and visually impaired citizens.